Yosemite Sam: Are you trying to make me look a fool?
Bugs: You don't need me to make you look like a fool.
Yosemite Sam: Yer deerrrnnn right I don't!
At this point in time, I'm using a UCR with Dutch Whoopie Hooks.
I also love this sliding toggle. So, I'm keeping my Locked Brummel on my Hennessy Hammock. (About 4 inches from end of hammock) I'll make a 1 1/2 foot cord, which will have a Whoopie Hook spliced on, & hook to the hammock, and a Locked Brummel to go around the toggle.
The whoopie hook acts as a drip stop, and since I have them, I might as well use them.
I hope that makes sense. I'll have to put it together and post a picture.
well fellows. im going to be doing a lot of experimenting with this set up this weekend, i will post some pictures and my results. im hoping this will work out fairly nicely.
I have tried the original idea using wooden toggles, and while it does work I wasn't over excited about how tight the half hitch had pulled and how much effort it took to loosen it for adjustment. My toggle was about 7/8" dia. I am wondering how much more difficult it would be with a small diameter toggle. Anyone else had the same issue?
Well, 3/4 dowel I had snapped like a twig and sent me crashing right on my Cash Cow. (Butt)
So, went back read over everything, drilled another hole in a new dowel, hung the hammock a little lower and BAMM!
So, I'm going back to UCR's for the time being until I can get some 7/8 steel.
It could have been the wood I was using as well. I'm going to the Hardware store and see what they have. Small town I live in, so I'm sure they only have a few choices.
The one that I made of hickory works well.
Learn to survive and thrive in any situation, for you never know what might happen. Love family and friends passionately. Suffer no fool. Know your purpose in life and follow it with all your heart.